CES: HP's reveals new lineup of laptops, minis

CES: HP's reveals new lineup of laptops, minis

Summary: HP is featuring performance upgrades and new designs to highlight its 2011 roster of notebooks and netbooks.


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  • HP's CoolSense technology is quickly becoming standard across HP's laptop lines, and today it gets added to the massive 17-inch HP Envy 17 (and it also turns up in the new 11-inch Pavilion dm1). CoolSense is a control panel for setting fan performance, from maximum cooling to quietest operation. HP says its inclusion in the Envy 17 makes it "the first high-performance HP PC with advanced cooling technology."

  • HP Pavilion dm1

  • HP Pavilion dm1

Topics: Hewlett-Packard, Hardware, Laptops, Mobility

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  • RE: CES: HP's reveals new lineup of laptops, minis

    All FAT and BORING......... think Mac-Book-Air
    • Oh?

      For people who get real work done and like good hardware, this is it. I suppose if you want to keep fiddling around with toy OS, low powered hardware and paying through the nose for it, more power to you.